2008–09 Huddersfield Town A.F.C. season

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Huddersfield Town
2008–09 season
Chairman Ken Davy
Dean Hoyle (Chairman-Elect)
Manager Stan Ternent (until 4 November 2008)
Gerry Murphy (from 4 November 2008 until 15 December 2008)
Graham Mitchell (13 December 2008)
Lee Clark (from 15 December 2008)
League One 9th
FA Cup First Round
League Cup Second Round
Football League Trophy Second Round
Top goalscorer League:
Michael Collins
Gary Roberts (9)
All:
Gary Roberts (11)
Highest home attendance 20,928 vs Leeds United (14 February 2009)
Lowest home attendance 6,942 vs Port Vale (8 November 2008)
Home colours
Away colours

Huddersfield Town's 2008–09 campaign was the club's centenary season. The season did not end in promotion and if things had been left alone, relegation might not have been avoided.[citation needed]

After the disastrous start under Stan Ternent, Gerry Murphy led a recovery which continued under the new management team of Lee Clark, Terry McDermott, Derek Fazackerley and Steve Black.

They eventually finished 9th place, but the season was noted mainly for it being the first time in 78 years when Town have done the double over local rivals Leeds United, as well as for the retirement of local legend Andy Booth, who made 457 appearances over 2 spells at the club, scoring 150 goals, putting him in the top 5 of both appearances and goals in the club's history.

Squad at the start of the season[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 England DF Andy Holdsworth
3 England DF Joe Skarz
4 Republic of Ireland MF Michael Collins
5 England DF David Mirfin
6 England DF Nathan Clarke
7 Scotland FW Keigan Parker
8 England MF Jon Worthington
9 England FW Danny Cadamarteri
10 Wales MF Michael Flynn
11 Republic of Ireland MF Jim Goodwin
12 England DF Tom Clarke
14 England FW Phil Jevons
15 Sierra Leone MF Malvin Kamara
16 England DF Robbie Williams
No. Position Player
17 England MF Gary Roberts
18 England DF Andy Butler
19 England FW Luke Beckett
20 England DF Chris Lucketti (Captain)
22 Republic of Ireland MF James Berrett
23 England FW Andy Booth
24 England FW Tom Denton
26 England GK Simon Eastwood
27 England GK Matt Glennon
28 England GK Alex Smithies
31 England DF Shane Killock
32 England FW Daniel Broadbent
33 England DF Daniel Codman

Review[edit]

On 6 May 2008, following the mixed season, new manager Stan Ternent released nine players from the club. They were Chris Brandon, Danny Schofield (who had already announced his plans to leave), Frank Sinclair, Matty Young, Aaron Hardy, Danny Racchi, Lucas Akins, Mitchell Bailey and Luke Malcher. Matt Glennon, Joe Skarz and James Berrett were offered new deals, while captain Rob Page had signed a pre-contract agreement with League 2 side Chesterfield, much to the disappointment of Ternent, who hadn't had chance to offer him a new contract at the Galpharm Stadium. The following day, Danny Schofield agreed a pre-contract agreement with fellow League 1 side Yeovil Town. On that same day, Matt Glennon signed a two-year contract with an optional third year and then Joe Skarz put pen to paper on his new three-year contract, the day after that. Recently called-up Ireland U-21 international James Berrett signed his new two-year deal on 13 May. On 30 May, Chris Brandon completed a move to his hometown club Bradford City. On 1 July, Frank Sinclair re-joined ex-Town manager Peter Jackson at Lincoln City. On 7 July, Matty Young joined Conference North side Harrogate Town. Aaron Hardy joined him there on 26 July. On 22 July, Lucas Akins made a surprise move to newly promoted Scottish Premier League side Hamilton Academical. 6 days later, Danny Racchi joined Bury. Mitchell Bailey joined Conference North side Hyde United on 7 August. On 11 August, central defender David Mirfin joined fellow League 1 side Scunthorpe United in a deal worth £150,000. Young defender Shane Killock joined Conference North side Harrogate Town on a month's loan on 1 September. He returned to Town on 7 October. He was loaned out to Oxford United on 2 January 2009. He signed a permanent deal at the Kassam Stadium on 3 February. Sierra Leonean international Malvin Kamara joined Football League Two side Grimsby Town on a month's loan on 24 September. He returned to the Galpharm on 25 October. On 23 October, Tom Clarke moved across West Yorkshire to Bradford City on a month's loan. The loan was extended, but he was recalled by Town on 3 December. On 27 November, Town sent 3 players out on loan just before the end of the transfer deadline window. Michael Flynn joined League 2 side Darlington and young duo Simon Eastwood and Tom Denton joined Conference National side Woking. Flynn returned to the Terriers on 29 December, Denton returned in January and Eastwood returned following an injury to Matt Glennon. Meanwhile, striker Luke Beckett left the club and joined Conference North side Gainsborough Trinity until the end of the season. Luke Malcher joined Harrogate Town on 11 December. Young striker Daniel Broadbent joined Rushden & Diamonds on loan on 15 January, he returned to the Galpharm on 16 February. 3 days later, he joined Town's new signing, Lee Novak, on loan at Gateshead, before returning on 19 March. On 24 March, he joined Harrogate Town on loan. Ex-captain Jon Worthington joined fellow League 1 side Yeovil Town on 30 January on a month's loan, which was extended, before he returned on 26 March. Keigan Parker joined fellow League 1 side Hartlepool United on loan on 2 March. Tom Denton joined his previous club Wakefield on loan on 6 March. He was joined there by fellow youngster Dan Codman on 10 March. Striker Phil Jevons joined League Two side Bury on a month's loan on 23 March. Joe Skarz joined Keigan Parker on loan at Hartlepool United on 26 March, as the loan window closed. David Unsworth, signed by Ternent at the start of the season was released from his contract on 30 March.

On 27 May, Stan Ternent made his first signing as Huddersfield Town manager. He signed Scottish striker Keigan Parker on a free transfer from Championship side Blackpool. On 5 June, Irish international Jim Goodwin joined Town on a 3-year deal from recently relegated Scunthorpe United. On 13 June, Huddersfield were drawn at home to rivals Bradford City in the first round of the League Cup. 3 days later, the new Football League fixtures were announced, Town's first game would be a home tie against recently promoted Stockport County. On 2 July, Town signed the ex-Scunthorpe United defender Andy Butler on a 3-year deal. Two days later, Chris Lucketti was brought back to Huddersfield from Sheffield United on a two-year contract, 7 years after leaving the Galpharm Stadium. On 23 July, Ternent made his fifth signing by bringing in Welshman Michael Flynn from Blackpool. Six days later, Gary Roberts joined from Ipswich Town for £250,000. On 8 August, just one day before the new season began, ex-Everton & West Ham United defender David Unsworth signed from Burnley, becoming Stan Ternent's 7th signing since becoming manager at the Galpharm. Also that day, Town were given a bye into the second round of the Football League Trophy. On 15 August, young striker Tom Denton was signed for £60,000 from Wakefield. Stan Ternent signed attacking midfielder Ian Craney for an undisclosed fee from Football League Two side Accrington Stanley on 18 August. The following day, striker Liam Dickinson was signed on loan from Championship side Derby County. That loan was extended by another month on 22 September. He eventually stayed until 17 November, when the 93 day limit expired. Stan Ternent also revealed on 5 September, that Town had failed to capture 3 strikers during the summer. They failed on bid of £850,000 for Town hero Jon Stead, who joined Ipswich Town in September, a £400,000 bid for Colchester United's Clive Platt and a £600,000 bid for Ipswich Town's Alan Lee, who subsequently moved to Championship side Crystal Palace. On 17 October, Town signed Steve Jones on loan from Burnley as cover for Andy Booth, who is out until the New Year with a back injury. He returrned to Turf Moor on 26 November. On 20 January, Lee Clark made his first signing as manager by signing German left-back Dominik Werling on a free transfer. On 23 January, manager Clark made a double signing with the capture of winger Anthony Pilkington from Stockport County and striker Lionel Ainsworth from Watford. As the transfer deadline closed, Clark made three more signings, Lee Novak from Gateshead, who was then immediately sent back to Gateshead for the rest of the season. Jonathan Téhoué was signed on a free transfer from Turkish side Konyaspor. On 13 February, 11 days after the deal was originally agreed, Polish striker Lukas Jutkiewicz joined Town on loan from Premier League side Everton until the end of the season. Young Liverpool defender Martin Kelly was brought in on loan on 26 March, as the loan window shut.

After a disappointing opening to the season with a 1–1 draw against Stockport County, Town trounced neighbours Bradford City, on 12 August, 4–0 in the first round of the League Cup, with new signing Gary Roberts scoring a brace. Huddersfield were drawn at home to Championship side Sheffield United in the second round. They narrowly lost the tie by 2 goals to 1. Michael Flynn gave Town the lead with a deflected shot after 34 minutes. But, 2 goals in the last 10 minutes from the Blades from Darius Henderson and Kyle Naughton sent Town crashing out in the cruelest of fashions. On 6 September, Town were drawn away to League Two side Darlington in the second round of the Football League Trophy North-East section. They lost that match 1-0 on 7 October. In the FA Cup 1st round, Town were given a home tie against League Two side Port Vale. That match took place on 8 November and saw Town let a 3-1 lead slip to lose 4-3.

On 4 November, Stan Ternent left the Galpharm Stadium after just over 6 months in charge of the Terriers. To date, that is the shortest reign of any manager, with the exception of John Haselden and all the caretaker managers, in the club's 100 year history.

On 15 November, Murphy was in charge of his first league game in his 3rd spell as caretaker manager with a trip to Elland Road to play high-flyers and rivals Leeds United. Despite falling behind to a Robert Snodgrass goal in the 4th minute, Town scored a goal 27 seconds into the second half through Joe Skarz and then in the second minute of added time, Michael Collins scored to give Town a 2-1 win, which was also their first win at Elland Road since Boxing Day 1983.

On 10 December, after weeks of speculation, compensation was agreed with Norwich City for their assistant manager Lee Clark to be appointed as manager, with Derek Fazackerley as his new first team coach. They signed the contracts the following day and Clark officially took over on 15 December. The following week, Terry McDermott became the new assistant manager. Clark's first match was a home game against Hereford United on 20 December, which Town won 2-0. Clark's initial reign went well, winning 8 out of 9 matches soon after taking onver. However, immediately after a 1-0 win over local rivals Leeds United once again, scoring in the first half and managing to keep the Whites out of the net under constant pressure, which once again placed them above Leeds in the table, disaster struck and a bad spell resulted in 8 consecutive games without a win, conceding 3 vital last minute goals 3 weeks in succession. The gap between Town and the playoffs widened, and a late bounce back was only enough to place them 9th in the table by the end of the season.

Squad at the end of the season[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 England DF Andy Holdsworth
3 England DF Joe Skarz (on loan at Hartlepool United)
4 Republic of Ireland MF Michael Collins
5 England MF Ian Craney
6 England DF Nathan Clarke
7 Scotland FW Keigan Parker (on loan at Hartlepool United)
8 England MF Jon Worthington
9 England FW Danny Cadamarteri
10 Wales MF Michael Flynn
11 Republic of Ireland MF Jim Goodwin
12 England DF Tom Clarke
14 England FW Phil Jevons (on loan at Bury)
15 Sierra Leone MF Malvin Kamara
16 England DF Robbie Williams
17 England MF Gary Roberts
18 England DF Andy Butler
19 Republic of Ireland MF Anthony Pilkington
No. Position Player
20 England DF Chris Lucketti (Captain)
22 Republic of Ireland MF James Berrett
23 England FW Andy Booth
24 England FW Tom Denton (on loan at Wakefield)
25 Germany DF Dominik Werling
26 England GK Simon Eastwood
27 England GK Matt Glennon
28 England GK Alex Smithies
29 England DF Martin Kelly (on loan from Liverpool)
30 England DF Liam Ridehalgh
32 England FW Daniel Broadbent (on loan at Harrogate Town)
33 England DF Daniel Codman (on loan at Wakefield)
34 England MF Lionel Ainsworth
35 England FW Lee Novak (on loan at Gateshead)
36 Poland FW Lukas Jutkiewicz (on loan from Everton)
37 France FW Jonathan Téhoué

Players in and out[edit]

In[edit]

Date Player Previous Club Cost
27 May Scotland Keigan Parker Blackpool Free
5 June Republic of Ireland Jim Goodwin Scunthorpe United Free
2 July England Andy Butler Scunthorpe United Free
4 July England Chris Lucketti Sheffield United Free
23 July Wales Michael Flynn Blackpool Free
29 July England Gary Roberts Ipswich Town £250,000
8 August England David Unsworth Burnley Free
15 August England Tom Denton Wakefield £500,000
18 August England Ian Craney Accrington Stanley Undisclosed Fee
19 August England Liam Dickinson Derby County Loan
7 October England Shane Killock Harrogate Town Loan Return
17 October Northern Ireland Steve Jones Burnley Loan
25 October Sierra Leone Malvin Kamara Grimsby Town Loan Return
3 December England Tom Clarke Bradford City Loan Return
29 December Wales Michael Flynn Darlington Loan Return
20 January Germany Dominik Werling FC Erzgebirge Aue Free
23 January England Lionel Ainsworth Watford Undisclosed Fee
23 January Republic of Ireland Anthony Pilkington Stockport County Undisclosed Fee
30 January England Tom Denton Woking Loan Return
2 February England Lee Novak Gateshead Undisclosed Fee
2 February France Jonathan Téhoué Konyaspor Free
13 February Poland Lukas Jutkiewicz Everton Loan
16 February England Daniel Broadbent Rushden & Diamonds Loan Return
24 February England Simon Eastwood Woking Loan Return
19 March England Daniel Broadbent Gateshead Loan Return
26 March England Martin Kelly Liverpool Loan
26 March England Jon Worthington Yeovil Town Loan Return
2 May England Daniel Broadbent Harrogate Town Loan Return
2 May England Dan Codman Wakefield Loan Return
2 May England Tom Denton Wakefield Loan Return
2 May Scotland Keigan Parker Hartlepool United Loan Return
2 May England Joe Skarz Hartlepool United Loan Return
8 May England Lee Novak Gateshead Loan Return
10 May England Phil Jevons Bury Loan Return

Out[edit]

Date Player New Club Cost
5 May Wales Rob Page Chesterfield Free
7 May England Danny Schofield Yeovil Town Free
30 May England Chris Brandon Bradford City Free
1 July Jamaica Frank Sinclair Lincoln City Free
7 July England Matty Young Harrogate Town Free
22 July England Lucas Akins Hamilton Academical Free
26 July England Aaron Hardy Harrogate Town Free
28 July England Danny Racchi Bury Free
7 August England Mitchell Bailey Hyde United Free
11 August England David Mirfin Scunthorpe United £150,000
1 September England Shane Killock Harrogate Town Loan
24 September Sierra Leone Malvin Kamara Grimsby Town Loan
23 October England Tom Clarke Bradford City Loan
17 November England Liam Dickinson Derby County Loan Return
26 November Northern Ireland Steve Jones Burnley Loan Return
27 November England Luke Beckett Gainsborough Trinity Free
27 November Wales Michael Flynn Darlington Loan
27 November England Tom Denton Woking Loan
27 November England Simon Eastwood Woking Loan
11 December Republic of Ireland Luke Malcher Harrogate Town Free
2 January England Shane Killock Oxford United Loan
15 January England Daniel Broadbent Rushden & Diamonds Loan
30 January England Jon Worthington Yeovil Town Loan
2 February England Lee Novak Gateshead Loan
3 February England Shane Killock Oxford United Free
19 February England Daniel Broadbent Gateshead Loan
2 March Scotland Keigan Parker Hartlepool United Loan
6 March England Tom Denton Wakefield Loan
10 March England Dan Codman Wakefield Loan
23 March England Phil Jevons Bury Loan
24 March England Daniel Broadbent Harrogate Town Loan
26 March England Joe Skarz Hartlepool United Loan
1 April England David Unsworth Retired Released
2 May England Andy Booth Retired Released

Results[edit]

Pre-season matches[edit]

Date Competition Opponents Home/

Away

Result

F - A

Scorers Attendance
19 July 2008 Friendly match Bury A 1 - 1 Codman [81] ?
22 July 2008 Friendly match A.F.C. Emley A 8 - 0 N. Clarke [5, 72], Berrett [8], Jevons [15, 31], Butler [44], Parker [47], Williams [60] 1,927
26 July 2008 Hartlepool United

Centenary Tournament Semi-Final

Hamilton Academical N 1 - 2 Booth [50] 550
27 July 2008 Hartlepool United

Centenary Tournament 3rd Place Play-Off

Hartlepool United N 0 - 1 ?
2 August 2008 Friendly match Sheffield United H 2 - 1 Cadamarteri [28], Parker [79] 4,146
6 August 2008 Centenary Match - The

Herbert Chapman Trophy

Arsenal H 1 - 2 Berrett [75] 19,044

Football League One[edit]

Date Opponents Home/

Away

Result

F - A

Scorers Attendance Position
9 August 2008 Stockport County H 1 - 1 Booth [30] 15,578 11th
16 August 2008 Colchester United A 0 - 0 5,340 17th
23 August 2008 Milton Keynes Dons H 1 - 3 Roberts [83] 13,189 23rd
30 August 2008 Millwall A 1 - 2 Dickinson [18] 7,513 24th
6 September 2008 Cheltenham Town A 2 - 1 N. Clarke [57], Craney [67] 3,587 17th
13 September 2008 Tranmere Rovers H 1 - 2 Dickinson [17] 13,352 22nd
20 September 2008 Northampton Town H 3 - 2 Booth [34], Flynn [64, 78] 12,414 15th
27 September 2008 Oldham Athletic A 1 - 1 Craney [29] 7,418 15th
4 October 2008 Leicester City H 2 - 3 Roberts [69], Dickinson [77] 16,212 17th
11 October 2008 Swindon Town A 3 - 1 Dickinson [6], Roberts [26], Flynn [69] 7,071 15th
18 October 2008 Bristol Rovers H 1 - 1 Flynn [7] 13,779 16th
21 October 2008 Hartlepool United A 3 - 5 Dickinson [8, 44], Craney [38] 3,771 16th
25 October 2008 Peterborough United A 0 - 4 7,064 19th
28 October 2008 Yeovil Town H 0 - 0 10,719 19th
1 November 2008 Crewe Alexandra H 3 - 2 Butler [20], Craney [39], Parker [88] 11,679 16th
15 November 2008 Leeds United A 2 - 1 Skarz [46], Collins [90] 32,028 14th
22 November 2008 Brighton & Hove Albion A 1 - 0 Collins [50] 6,461 13th
25 November 2008 Leyton Orient H 0 - 1 10,414 14th
6 December 2008 Walsall H 2 - 1 Roberts [26 (pen)], Collins [90] 11,827 12th
13 December 2008 Southend United A 1 - 0 Craney [48] 8,382 10th
20 December 2008 Hereford United H 2 - 0 N. Clarke [70], Roberts [77] 13,070 10th
26 December 2008 Carlisle United A 0 - 3 7,883 10th
28 December 2008 Scunthorpe United H 2 - 0 Goodwin [65], Roberts [90] 15,228 10th
3 January 2009 Oldham Athletic H 1 - 1 Collins [66] 16,951 10th
10 January 2009 Northampton Town A 1 - 1 Jevons [65] 5,110 9th
17 January 2009 Swindon Town H 2 - 1 Collins [51], Butler [60] 13,414 8th
24 January 2009 Leicester City A 2 - 4 Jevons [6], Parker [51] 21,311 10th
27 January 2009 Yeovil Town A 0 - 1 3,703 10th
31 January 2009 Peterborough United H 1 - 0 Collins [35] 14,480 10th
3 February 2009 Hartlepool United H 1 - 1 Nelson [9 (og)] 9,294 9th
14 February 2009 Leeds United H 1 - 0 N. Clarke [16] 20,928 9th
21 February 2009 Crewe Alexandra A 1 - 3 Berrett [30] 5,056 10th
28 February 2009 Stockport County A 1 - 1 Collins [16] 7,739 10th
3 March 2009 Colchester United H 2 - 2 Pilkington [51], Roberts [66] 10,580 10th
7 March 2009 Millwall H 1 - 2 Roberts [74] 13,196 11th
10 March 2009 Milton Keynes Dons A 1 - 1 Butler [80] 9,707 12th
14 March 2009 Tranmere Rovers A 1 - 3 Booth [23] 5,515 13th
21 March 2009 Cheltenham Town H 2 - 2 Cadamarteri [40], Butler [90] 11,516 14th
28 March 2009 Hereford United A 1 - 0 Collins [72] 2,979 14th
31 March 2009 Bristol Rovers A 2 - 1 Pilkington [70], Cadamarteri [78] 6,286 11th
4 April 2009 Southend United H 0 - 1 12,203 12th
10 April 2009 Scunthorpe United A 2 - 1 T. Clarke [26], Roberts [54] 5,543 10th
13 April 2009 Carlisle United H 1 - 0 Booth [78] 12,309 9th
18 April 2009 Walsall A 3 - 2 Booth [43, 45], Kelly [62] 3,951 9th
25 April 2009 Brighton & Hove Albion H 2 - 2 Booth [16], Collins [57] 14,740 9th
2 May 2009 Leyton Orient A 1 - 1 Booth [24] 5,371 9th

FA Cup[edit]

Date Round Opponents Home/

Away

Result

F - A

Scorers Attendance
8 November 2008 Round 1 Port Vale H 3 - 4 Collins [45], Craney [51], Williams [65] 6,942

Football League Cup[edit]

Date Round Opponents Home/

Away

Result

F - A

Scorers Attendance
12 August 2008 Round 1 Bradford City H 4 - 0 Worthington [48], Roberts [62, 80], Williams [75] 8,932
27 August 2008 Round 2 Sheffield United H 1 - 2 Flynn [34] 15,189

Football League Trophy[edit]

Date Round Opponents Home/

Away

Result

F - A

Scorers Attendance
2 September 2008 Round 1 North East Bye Into Round 2
7 October 2008 Round 2 North East Darlington A 0 - 1 1,791

Appearances & goals[edit]

Correct as of 2 May 2009.

Squad No. Name Nation Position League Apps League Goals FA Cup Apps FA Cup Goals League Cup Apps League Cup Goals FLT Apps FLT Goals Total Apps Total Goals
2 Andy Holdsworth  England DF 30 (4) 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 34 (4) 0
3 Joe Skarz  England DF 9 1 1 0 0 0 0 (1) 0 10 (1) 1
4 Michael Collins  Republic of Ireland MF 34 (2) 9 1 1 0 (1) 0 1 0 36 (3) 10
5 Ian Craney  England MF 23 (11) 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 24 (11) 6
6 Nathan Clarke  England DF 38 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 40 3
7 Keigan Parker  Scotland FW 14 (6) 2 0 0 1 (1) 0 1 0 16 (7) 2
8 Jon Worthington  England MF 12 (7) 0 0 0 2 1 0 (1) 0 14 (8) 1
9 Danny Cadamarteri  England FW 24 (8) 2 0 (1) 0 2 0 1 0 27 (9) 2
10 Michael Flynn  Wales MF 18 (7) 4 0 0 2 1 0 0 20 (7) 5
11 Jim Goodwin  Republic of Ireland MF 35 (2) 1 1 0 1 (1) 0 0 0 37 (3) 1
12 Tom Clarke  England DF 11 (4) 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 12 (4) 1
14 Phil Jevons  England FW 12 (11) 2 1 0 0 (1) 0 0 0 13 (12) 2
15 Malvin Kamara  Sierra Leone MF 0 (2) 0 0 0 0 (2) 0 0 0 0 (4) 0
16 Robbie Williams  England DF 31 (4) 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 35 (4) 2
17 Gary Roberts  England MF 43 9 1 0 2 2 1 0 47 11
18 Andy Butler  England DF 42 4 1 0 1 0 0 (1) 0 44 (1) 4
19 Luke Beckett  England FW 0 (1) 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 (1) 0
19 Anthony Pilkington  Republic of Ireland MF 16 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 2
20 Chris Lucketti  England DF 12 (1) 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 15 (1) 0
21 David Unsworth  England DF 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0
22 James Berrett  Republic of Ireland MF 8 (1) 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 (1) 1
23 Andy Booth  England FW 9 (11) 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 (11) 8
25 Steve Jones  Northern Ireland FW 2 (2) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 (2) 0
25 Dominik Werling  Germany DF 0 (3) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (3) 0
26 Simon Eastwood  England GK 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
27 Matt Glennon  England GK 18 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 21 0
28 Alex Smithies  England GK 27 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 28 0
29 Liam Dickinson  England FW 13 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 6
29 Martin Kelly  England DF 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 1
32 Daniel Broadbent  England FW 0 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (1) 0
34 Lionel Ainsworth  England MF 7 (7) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 (7) 0
36 Lukas Jutkiewicz  Poland FW 6 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 (1) 0

References[edit]